The Simpson’s have been making award-winning wines at Domaine de Sainte Rose, their stunning, southern French property, for the past 16 years. In 2014 they brought their expertise and savoir-faire back to the UK establishing Simpsons Wine Estate in Barham, Kent, with an aspiration to create the finest quality English wine. They laid down their roots amidst the pristine beauty of the Elham Valley – an unspoilt seam in the North Downs of Kent where the contours of the land, the climate and the soil could scarcely be improved upon for viticulture.
Exuding a true sense of place, the Rabbit Hole Pinot Noir is created from estate-grown, low-yielding Burgundian clone 115, specifically selected for its maturity and concentration.
Deep crimson in colour with redcurrant, blueberry and exotic spice aromas, the silky tannins are complemented by black fruit flavours and undertones of freshly ground coffee.
Try with rabbit stew, smoked duck with peas cooked in lettuce and pancetta, salmon fillets, mushroom and truffle risotto or pork with stuffing